Gianfranca Montedoro (vocals)
Umberto Santucci (keyboards)
Cicci Santucci (sax, flute)
Andrea Carpi (guitar)
Costantino Albi (guitar)
An open band with no stable line-up and many members and collaborators, Living Music had a good live activity during 1972-73 and only released an album dedicated in its title to pop-art poet Allen Ginsberg.
Not a rock album and only to be intended as a
progressive album for its research of world music roots out of every possible
style, To Allen Ginsberg has strong folk influences and is mostly built
on acoustic instruments.
Lyrics are taken from Ginsberg's and other poets' works.
Singer Gianfranca Montedoro had a solo album in 1975, Donna circo, with help from some members of Murple.
|To Allen Ginsberg||RCA (DPSL 10574)||1972||gatefold cover with stapled booklet and inner|
|To Allen Ginsberg||BMG (74321-98071-2)||2003||reissue of 1972 album with mini gatefold cover and booklet|
VARIOUS ARTISTS COMPILATIONS LP'S
(with Haiku and Lisergic acid)
|RCA (CKAY 27134)||1973||newspaper cover - RCA label sampler also featuring Perigeo, Nadma, Brainticket|
A rare album, To Allen Ginsberg was probably
released and sold in limited quantities.
It had a gatefold laminated cover with a large booklet and an inner sleeve. Most copies had a silver sticker promoting the "Free dimension" RCA bands tour and album, and, as usual with RCA releases, there are many white label promo copies around.
The album has just been reissued on CD for the first time in 2003.
No counterfeit exists. The only vinyl reissue ever released came in 2013 from the Australian label The Roundtable (cat.SIR012LP), having the same gatefold cover with booklet as the original.
To Allen Ginsberg - LP